Country Representative

PSI South Sudan

Hildah Mbaya is the Country Representative for PSI South Sudan.

Ms. Mbaya is a qualified Auditor and has held the positions of Procurement Supply Chain Advisor and Supply Chain Management Director at PSI South Sudan. As Supply Chain Management Director from 2015 to 2017,  she managed commodities valued at $31 million in compliance with donor regulations, including insecticide-treated nets, antimalarial medications and pneumonia and diarrhea treatments. During her work with PSI Sudan, she and her team have also worked to distribute Long Lasting Insecticide Treated Nets (LLINs) worth $20 million, in compliance with Global Fund regulations, through coordination and collaboration with the Ministry of Health, National Malaria Control Program and other partners in South Sudan.

Ms. Mbaya has served PSI in South Sudan since 2015.


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